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rscott94

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#2652574 lebron

Posted by rscott94 on 13 February 2014 - 02:52 PM

this is obviously our problem 

I'm not saying he's Lebron... I'm just saying I think PJ Hairston could help us with that problem




#2650223 The Browns continue to be a dumpster fire (Banner and Lombardi fired)

Posted by rscott94 on 11 February 2014 - 11:52 AM

Honestly who would want to go there?? They didn't give their coach a chance to turn the team around now they don't give the front office a chance either?

 

 




#2642307 Would You Want Julius Peppers Back?

Posted by rscott94 on 04 February 2014 - 03:37 PM

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#2641755 UPDATED: Confirmed. Bobcats Exploring Trade for Evan Turner

Posted by rscott94 on 03 February 2014 - 11:53 PM

 

Evan Turner is starting to pop up in the trade rumor mill as initial reports have linked the Bobcats and Mavs as interested parties.

Look for Turner's name to pop up a lot over the next two weeks, and for now both of the reports linking him to these teams appear to be very preliminary. If the smoke starts to thicken we'll let you know.

 

 



#2632574 I'm Gonna Say It.... I'm ENJOYING This Years Pro Bowl

Posted by rscott94 on 26 January 2014 - 11:29 PM

I really enjoyed this pro bowl

 

Didn't agree with the MVP's.. Thought Gordon and Watt should've won the honors 




#2629297 Okay, I think we can all laugh about this now [GIF]

Posted by rscott94 on 23 January 2014 - 11:55 PM

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This heal the wound any? :(

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#2626368 Ricky Proehl and WR development

Posted by rscott94 on 21 January 2014 - 02:19 PM

yep.

 

allen had talent. i have to thihnk that a lot of the reason for his success so early had to do with prep work he had done with proehl.

Agreed which really surprised me that the Panthers passed him up in the second round especially since Prohel was praising him before the draft... Maybe if we would've had a 3rd rounder




#2626244 Ricky Proehl and WR development

Posted by rscott94 on 21 January 2014 - 11:45 AM

Look at Ted Ginn with the Dolphins and 9ers... Then look at him with the Panthers.

 

He also worked with Kennan Allen before the draft. Give him a yougin to work with and I think he'll do wonders




#2624939 For You, MR. KAEPERNICK

Posted by rscott94 on 20 January 2014 - 02:03 PM

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#2624219 Richard Sherman I Love You (with video)

Posted by rscott94 on 20 January 2014 - 12:00 AM

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#2621960 F*ck Kaperdouche

Posted by rscott94 on 19 January 2014 - 02:10 PM

Don't worry guys... He's ready for today

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#2618744 2014 Defensive Backs

Posted by rscott94 on 16 January 2014 - 12:22 PM

Stanley Jean-Baptiste
SJB has been flat dominant this year. Very rare skill set with his size, ball skills, length, and speed. Broke out in 2013; opposing quarterbacks tested him early, and then appeared to stop throwing at him all together down the stretch of the season. He learned how to use his length and strength to reroute receivers, incredible upside as a boundary corner, Converted JUCO WR (excellent but inconsistent ball skills, playmaker with ball in his hands), can win initially with with jams AND has the closing and recovery speed to run with an opponent if he misses, mirrors routes well, aggressive (sometimes undercuts routes or gets double-moved), every catch appears to be contested when the QB throws it against SJB, has ability to blitz, raw (needs technique work) but has instincts and ability, unlike most tall and physical CBs, SJB has ABSURD quickness, feet, body control, fluidity, and hip flexibility for a corner that large, quick closing speed, reads qb’s eyes well in zone coverage and pretty good at ‘baiting’ qbs (ie interception against Brett Hundley)
 
Needs to become a better tackler (really inconsistent in this area and periodically gives up huge plays because of it), get better in run support (overly concerned in traffic and lacks effort in trying to get off of blocks but again…has the ability to beat blockers and be a weapon as opposed to a liability), inconsistent in trail coverage, and perhaps the biggest issue is that Nebraska’s defense doesn’t ask him to back pedal often which could be a serious concern at the next level if he isn’t adept BUT he has shown some glimpses of having a good back pedal (either plays off coverage, man-to-man, or press), excels in press coverage (incredible hand usage and long arms), but is also a good cover corner, a bit older than most prospects (24),
 
Really high on Jean-Baptiste. Think he’s a day 1 starter if he’s drafted on the Panthers that will only get better as he learns nuances of position. Probably best in a press man scheme IMO he’s also scheme-transcendent (in press- excellent at jamming receivers, in man-to-man- excellent closing and recovery speed and mirrors receivers well with hip flexibility and light feet, and in zone- reads qb’s eyes well and familiar with route concepts as a former WR). Could also be a good S prospect for team that uses Safeties in Man Coverage or potential positional switch down the road.

 

 

http://www.nfldrafts...=2014&genpos=CB

 




#2617090 Arian....say it ain't so....

Posted by rscott94 on 15 January 2014 - 11:41 AM

why do you guys think he's trying to get her to scrape it?

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#2612760 Kaepernick is a disrespectful thug

Posted by rscott94 on 13 January 2014 - 11:47 AM

I dislike him more than I do RGIII now.... And that's saying something. 




#2612746 Carolina Panthers: the 28th Pick

Posted by rscott94 on 13 January 2014 - 11:42 AM

Jordan Mathews number 87 is waiting on you..